Enterprise Recon 2.0.31

Google Apps

The instructions here work for setting up the following Google Apps products as Targets:

  • Google Drive
  • Google Tasks
  • Google Calendar
  • Google Mail

To set up Google Apps products as Targets:

  1. Configure Google Apps Account
  2. Set up Google Apps as Target

To scan a specific path in Google Apps, see Edit Google Apps Target Path.

General Requirements

  • Proxy Agent host with direct Internet access.
  • Cloud service-specific access keys.

Configure Google Apps Account

Before you add Google Apps products as Targets, you must have:

  • A Google Apps administrator account for the Target Google Apps domain.
  • The Target must be a Google Apps account. Personal Google accounts are not supported.

To configure your Google Apps account for scanning:

Select a project

  1. Log into the Google Developers Console.
  2. Click on Select a project ▼. The Select dialog box opens and displays a list of existing projects.

In the Select dialog box, you can:

  • Select an existing project.
  • (Recommended) Create a new project.

Select a project in the Google Developers Console to enable Google Apps APIs.

To select an existing project:

  1. Click on a project.
  2. Click OPEN.

To create a new project:

  1. Click on +.
  2. In the New Project page, enter your Project name and click Create.

Enable APIs

To scan a specific Google Apps product, enable the API for that product in your project.

To enable Google Apps APIs:

  1. Select a project.
  2. In the project Dashboard, click + ENABLE APIS AND SERVICES. This displays the API Library.
  3. Enable the Admin SDK API.
    1. Under G Suite APIs, click Admin SDK.
    2. Click ENABLE.
  4. Repeat to enable the following APIs:

    Target Google Apps Product API Library
    Google Mail Gmail API
    Google Drive Google Drive API
    Google Tasks Tasks API
    Google Calendar Google Calendar API

Create a Service Account

Create a service account for ER2:

  1. Click on the Google Developers Console hamburger menu. menu on the upper-left corner of the Google Developers Console.
  2. Go to IAM & Admin > Service accounts.
    Create a service account in the Google Developers Console to use for Enterprise Recon 2.0 scans.
    Click on "Create service account button" in Google Developers Console.
  4. In the Create service account dialog box, enter the following:
    Field Description
    Service account name Enter a descriptive label.
    Role Select Project > Owner.
    Service account ID

    Enter a name for your service account, or click the refresh button to generate a service account ID.

    An example service account ID: service-account-634@project_name-1272.iam.gserviceaccount.com

    Furnish a new private key
    1. Select Furnish a new private key.
    2. Select P12.
    Enable G Suite Domain-wide Delegation Select Enable G Suite Domain-wide Delegation.
  5. Click CREATE. The Service account and key created dialog box displays, and a P12 key is saved to your computer. Keep the P12 key in a secure location.

  6. Click Close.
  7. Write down the newly created service account’s Service account ID and Key ID.

Set up Domain-Wide Delegation

The following is a guide for setting up domain-wide delegation for existing service accounts.

To allow ER2 to access your Google Apps domain with the Service Account, you must set up and enable domain-wide delegation for your Service Account.

To set up domain-wide delegation:

  1. Click on the Google Developers Console hamburger menu. menu on the upper-left corner of the Google Developers Console.
  2. Go to API Manager > Credentials.
  3. On the Credentials page, under OAuth 2.0 client IDs, go to the entry for your service account and take note of the Client ID. Credentials page in Google Developers Console displaying the OAuth 2.0 client ID for created service accounts.

  4. Go to the Google Apps Admin Console. In the Admin Console, click on Security.
    Select Security to manage security features in the Google Apps admin console.
  5. On the Security page, click Show more.
  6. Click on Advanced settings to expand it.
  7. Under Authentication, click Manage API client access. Select "Manage API client access" under Authentication in Advanced settings on Google Apps admin console.
  8. In Manage API client access, enter:
    1. Client Name: Your Service account Client ID (For example, 116877825065678775170).
    2. One or More API Scopes: For each Google Apps product that you wish to scan, you must apply a different API Scope.
      The following is a list of API Scopes required for ER2 to work with each Google Apps service:

      Google Apps service API Scope
      All (required) https://www.googleapis.com/auth/admin.directory.user.readonly
      Google Mail https://mail.google.com/
      Google Drive https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive.readonly
      Google Tasks https://www.googleapis.com/auth/tasks.readonly
      Google Calendar https://www.googleapis.com/auth/calendar.readonly
    3. Click Authorize.

Set up Google Apps as Target

  1. Configure Google Apps Account.
  2. From the New Search page, Add Targets.
  3. In the Select Target Type dialog box, select a Target Google Apps product.
  4. Fill in the following fields:
    Dialog box to configure the path, credentials and proxy agent for a Google Apps Target.
    Field Description
    Google Apps Domain

    Enter the Google Apps domain you want to scan in the Google Apps Domain field.

    For more information on how to scan specific mailboxes or accounts, see Edit Google Apps Target Path.

    New Credential Label Enter a descriptive label for the credential set.
    New Username

    Enter your Google Apps administrator account email address.

    New Password Enter your Service account ID, e.g. service-account-name-14@adventurer-140703.iam.gserviceaccount.com
    Private Key Upload the P12 key associated with your Service account ID.
    Agent to act as a proxy host Select a Proxy Agent host with direct Internet access.
  5. Click Test. If ER2 can connect to the Target, the button changes to a Commit button.
  6. Click Commit to add the Target.

Edit Google Apps Target Path

  1. Set up Google Apps as Target.
  2. In the Select Locations section, select the Google Apps Target location and click Edit.
  3. In the Edit Google Apps Location dialog box, enter a Path to scan. Use the following syntax:

    Path Syntax
    User account <user_name>
    Folder in user account <user_name/folder_name>
  4. Click Test and then Commit to save the path to the Target location.